All students, through extensive curriculum opportunities and innovative technology, will be college and career ready.
By February 2017, the District will assess
the current HoLA (Harlem Language
Academy)/ English Learner Program
implementation plan based on the needs
of our English Learners.
By February 2017, upon the completion
and review of the 1:1 Technology Pilot
Program, a recommendation will be
presented to the Board of Education
regarding the future use of technology in
Technology in the Classroom Proposal
By August 2017, the Education Committee
will establish a target goal and an
instrument to measure adequate yearly
growth in math and reading (pre-k-8).
By August 2017, the District will establish
standards for college and career readiness
for grades 7-12 based on the guidance
Illinois School Board of Education
By February 2018, the task force will
develop a coherent and consistent
program proposal that further addresses
the needs of Gifted and High Achieving
students grade K-6.
By June 2018, the District will assess our
current CEANCI programs based on the
Framework for Quality Programs of Study,
in order to address the strengths and
weaknesses of our career and technical
education programming grades 7-12.
Student participation level in CEANCI
By June 2018, the District will conduct
a Program Review of the current early
childhood programming and create a plan
to provide early childhood education to all
students meeting the at-risk criteria.
By June 2020, the District will conduct a
Fine Arts Program Review and develop a
coherent and consistent curriculum that
addresses the needs of students PreK-12.
Fine Arts Curriculum Development
By June 2021, the 4-year graduation rate
will be 90%.